Indiana Jones Omnibus Vol. 2
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Indiana Jones Omnibus Vol. 2 (Indiana Jones Omnibus)

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Excitement and danger follow Dr. Henry Jones Jr. around the globe in this collection of classic, long out-of-print stories! From Greece to Germany, the South Pacific to the seas of the Vikings, his race against the Nazis to recover artifacts like the Golden Fleece, the Philosopher's Stone, or the Spear of Destiny will run him afoul of legendary monsters, ancient cults, and...more
Paperback, 375 pages
Published June 17th 2008 by Dark Horse Comics
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Brad
Indiana Jones and the Golden Fleece: Apart from Indy’s flowery journal entries, that he delivers a baby in a blizzard while a giant serpent of Hecate prepares to strike, that he offers the baby as a sacrifice, that the villain is a caricatured Dutchman whose villainy is obvious + the usual handful of Nazis, and that Indy dunks himself and his hat in a vat of olive oil and the latter comes out totally unscathed, Indiana Jones and the Golden Fleece is actually not horrible. The action is fast, the...more
Sean Chick
This collection was more of a let down unfortunately. Both the Golden Fleece and the Shrine of the Sea Devil are short, cheesy, and seem out of character. The Iron Phoenix is the worst of the lot: rambling, unimaginative, and heavy handed.

The last two are clearly the best. The Spear of Destiny suffers from doing too much in too few pages, which is annoying since it opens by recounting the end of Last Crusade word for word. The plot is jumpy and convoluted, but Indy's father is handled perfectly...more
Bee
Personally I enjoyed this collection. As a huge fan of graphic adventures back in the day, Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis was begging for a sequel, and Spear of Destiny was supposedly that sequel. The game was never finished, but adapted into a comic book, and it's plain to see where shortcuts were made in order to make it a four issue story. However, both Spear of Destiny and Iron Phoenix were relatively strong stories, the arc that let me down in this collection was Sargossa Pirates wh...more
Ernest
This collection of adventures was fun to read. They were accurate in portraying the feel of the original Indiana Jones films, which had action aplenty with just enough of something mystical or otherworldly to spice the story up. The choice to have different people scripting and pencilling each story provided for visually different stories, some nicer to read than others but none which were disappointing. This was a fun read, and it will be interesting if/when I read volume 1 whether this volume...more
Bubba
Some good, some bad. "Sargasso Pirates" is pretty bad. I like "Shrine of the Sea Devil," though it was too short and had a bizarre ending. interesting/unusual drawing style as well. "Iron Phoenix" and "The Spear of Destiny" were worth the price of purchase.
Yanni Cooper
I didn't actually read this, but halfway through the three stories in the first omnibus was enough to convince me it wouldn't be worth it.
Chrissy
Indie just isn't the same without that Harrison Ford voice, and half a smile.
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